Charles Dickens writes about “the best of times” and “the worst of times” in his literary classic, A Tale of Two Cities. For schools across Ohio, the stark reality is that many are facing their own “season of Darkness” as
Patterson urges state to invest in children, economy and jobs of the futureState Rep. John Patterson (D-Jefferson) today responded to growing concerns over planned 2018 state education budget cuts affecting local schools, including Chardon Local, Geneva Area City Schools and
COLUMBUS — State Representatives John Patterson (D-Jefferson) and John Becker (R-Union Township) recently introduced House Bill (HB) 421, legislation allowing motor vehicle owners to indicate on a vehicle’s title whether it is a replica vehicle.
Bill would improve student debt relief, keep recent STEM grads in-stateCOLUMBUS — State Reps. John Patterson (D-Jefferson) and Rick Carfagna (R-Genoa Township) today announced the introduction of House Bill 396, bipartisan legislation to create the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and
By now many of you are aware that the Ohio House overrode 11 vetoes by Governor Kasich when we last met in July. As I write this, the Senate is preparing to meet to engage in the same process.
New legislation would establish basic training requirements and dutiesCOLUMBUS – State Reps. John Patterson (D-Jefferson) and Sarah LaTourette (R-Chesterland) announced today the introduction of House Bill 318, legislation that would create standard training requirements and establish basic responsibilities for school